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We were already pretty sure the BlackBerry Venice was on the way, and some new leaked pictures seem to prove it.
With Android on board, a curved screen, plenty of power and a QWERTY keyboard the BlackBerry Venice is rather intriguing.
With its keyboard hidden away the BlackBerry Venice looks like a standard Android smartphone - and that could be its biggest selling point.
Recent leaks shine the spotlight on the slide-out keyboard, a possible release date and carrier support.
BlackBerry dishes on its latest purchase, as well as its security initiatives at an event in New York City.
As BlackBerry and Google embark on a new partnership, we take a step back to imagine how this might impact our mobile experiences.